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if you don't get it -- >> demand it! >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: flip on the tv you better have fox news on, but if you change the channel, there is crazy stuff in tv land these days. check out "all my babies' momma" with a reality show starring a rapper sean lowe and ten women with his kids. >> in atlanta he is known for having 11 kids and ten babies' mommas. ♪ >> they say i'm the first lady. the baby momma with the most power because i control sean's finances. everybody good? amanda, the jealous baby
bombma. >> yeah, whatever. you better listen. >> it's scheduled to air this spring on the oxygen network, creating controversy already. some claiming it's an attack on african-american families. but folks before you go liberal, tree-huger on me, train wreck tv is watchable. train wreck tv races through the roof. train wreck tv is color blind. >> you better watch out. ♪ ♪ >> no one going on this but me! >> round two. >> dynamic definitely changed. it's not one big happy family anymore. >> i hate you. >> we're young. >> free. >> merry-go-round. >> and buck wild! >> they're train wrecks but are we watching american
society allture disintegrate or temporarily escaping the trial and tribulations of everyday struggles? greg, i don't know. i got to admit. i watch all the shows. >> greg: it's the world's greatest self-esteem movement. you turn it op and immediately you go well, my life is not so bad. i don't have 11 kids and ten moms. although, genius. that guarantees at least one babysitter every ten days that allows him to go out and impregnate more women. beautiful thing. is the behavior worse than ever or the fact that intertapement industry focuses op it more specifically because they have the time to do it? what we used to have is aspirational entertainment. father knows best is now father who doesn't know his kid's names. apparently that is more fun. >> eric: or his wive's names. >> greg: or his wifes' names. the bigger story is how this
happens. we denigrate traditional mode of support replacing home and church with government. so you can love and hate religion all you want. we took a moral structure that help a lot of people and made it uncool. elite think it's stupid. elites didn't need it. now you have a society that could have used it that doesn't. >> eric: dan ab, you pointed something out. oxygen network is founded, one of the cofounders is oprah winfrey. with the expressed purpose of empowering women. this program doesn't look like anything she was thinking about. >> dana: probably wasn't. i don't know her but i assume she doesn't like this thing. she has a successful program. one thing that was great about the talk show she did, he is would inspire people. people came on or maybe they had a hard time but then they would figure out a way to makebe the life better so everybody wanted to watch it. i still love game shows. "wheel of fortune" and
""jeopardy"." i get excited for people when they win and i feel bad for people when they lose. i resemble that remark, definitely. i draw the line at humiliatio humiliation. i like the reality show, we find talent, where you go on a wild goose chase and find things. you work with a partner to do that. when we humiliate others to make money -- why are you laughing? i can't finish a sentence without you making few of me. >> andrea: you humiliate me every day. >> eric: what about a reality show about "the five"? >> no! >> eric: follow us around with a camera. >> no! >> bob: that could be a highly censored show. you said this wasn't color blind. i tell you what they also are, not stupid blind. collection of i.q. combined on the shows might make 100. when it comes to the
african-american issue here, i could not agree more. it's stereotyping in the worst possible way. it's not necessary. dana point of humiliating people is right, that is humiliating to the black community. it shouldn't happen. honey boo, boo, you can say it's humiliating for the redneck community. excuse me. hold on just a second. before we go further. i didn't mean that in a me joretive way. i'm a -- in a pejorative way. i'm a redneck. >> eric: look, i don't think anybody out there who considers themselves a redneck felt, feels bad about you saying. it you can call me a red neck if you want. >> eric: honey boo boo's mom has a saving account and keeps it for her. >> greg: for therapy. >> andrea: trust fund boo boo.
the people watching are making ton of money. people tune in and it's novocain for brain. reading headlines about egypt and the debt. sometimes you want to relax. people like to watch this stuff. >> bob: why do they tune in to it? >> andrea: one, it is like a train wreck. you can't help like jerry springer. i admit it. i watch the shows and you think oh, my gosh is that really true? a lot of cases its is true. it is sad. i think it's color blind. the breakdown of the american family. and the lack of good fathers and that is an issue that as you said is color blind completely. >> eric: if you tune in to it, wow, i feel better about my life. >> greg: often times i will drive by a train wreck and go that looks like "jersey shore." see how i reversed it? we have to stop complaining about the kind of entertai entertainment.
because it's us to up to stare at the culture and carry liberals and say what is happening to the culture. we can't sit here all day and listen to country music, dana. >> dana: yes, we can. >> greg: we have to infiltrate and change and make the culture. having said that, i notice each one of the series do have an ethnic quality to them whether it is southern, whether it's black, whether it is italian. it attaches itself to some stereo -- >> eric: all? >> greg: yes. so is that necessarily a bad thing? >> bob: the assumption would be jersey shore is full of people like that. bolling italian and lives in jersey shore but he doesn't live like that. >> eric: that is my point. if you follow us around with a camera -- >> andrea: you do the tan but you don't do your own laundry. >> dana: national italian american fred ration tried to
get "jersey shore" off. senator joe manchin of west virginia said please don't show "buck wild." i agree with those things. i don't know if it's better to ignore it. it's strange. the number of people that watch "honey boo boo" -- i didn't know who it was until i saw it on "people" magazine and people find the shows. >> andrea: if you are offended vote with the remote control. you don't have to watch the show. a lot of people watch the shows. >> eric: how does kim kardashian put down $15 million in a year? how does octomom go to octomom to porn star. they are selling advertising on mtv? >> bob: kim kardashian would make less than minimum wage. >> andrea: bachelor. all the women go on a show and a lot of times they make women look bad because they behave insane. but they're there because they think they are going to meet a man. more power to them.
>> dana: i think the shows, i don't know -- you do think they are acting or maybe they are like that. >> greg: this is what they all have in common is you are taking people and satisfying the desire of being observed. people when they know they are on camera will change the way they act. instead of having a minor argument with dana, i will throw a glass of wine in your face because i know it will be played over and over and over again. what you are doing is creating a jep ration of people who watch this and realize dramatic behavior replaces activity and real achievement. >> bob: if you go back in time, say 20, 30 years ago, the shock of wide world of wrestling. roller derby. >> greg: i loved that. >> bob: and now it's everywhere. i assume the audience is fairly young. i don't get -- >> a good point. has reality tv taken over for the morton downey junior and geraldo hit with the chair?
remember those episodes? >> dana: these shows are inexpensive to produce and they make money. >> eric: like the five. >> dana: we resemiable that remark, too. entertainment deserves credit for doing things like we talk about "downto abbey" a pbs production out of the bbc. we have "breaking bats," one of the most conservative shows on television because there are consequences for your bad decisions. "justified" starts tonight. people are watching great television produced all around. except that those are expensivexpensive but they are g steam. >> andrea: it's a psa on what not to do. "18 and pregnant" on mtv. i watched that and first thing that went through my mind if i was watching that as a young girl i'd think no way. >> dana: i did a little
research. the girl scouts did a survey. they found out that you and i can think that way, but younger girls in their preteens in particular, when they watch it, they think they want to be like that because they want to be observed and want celebrity. that's the problem. >> bob: babies' momma show you have a wealthy guy, living in a mansion, impregnating all the women and black kids in the inner city of washington thinking gee, that is an interesting thing to do. >> andrea: it goes to culture and how you were raised. >> bob: most blacks are not like that. you can find it in certain areas. this dude, look at him. i who would buy his music in the first place? he sounds stupid, writes stupid and plays stupid. >> andrea: he does one thing well. >> bob: obviouslych one powerful sperm bank. >> eric: back to what andrea's point is. >> greg: you can't the kline the correlation of intact family and dereliction of duty. broken families or you are
looking at things like newton, and the question is where's daddy? there is no daddy. where there is no daddy -- >> bob: no leave it to beaver. >> eric: that tees up the next segment very well. let's move on. did you hear what espn sportscaster brent musberger said about the alabama's quarterback girl. listen. >> you quarterbacks, you get all the good looking women. what a beautiful woman. wow! whoa! sounded like he was channeling a guy i know. >> eric: i won the bet and beck is refusing to pay up. >> dana: make him pay! make him pay! ♪ ♪
york times" article headlined "more guns equal more killing," science reporter elizabeth rosen hal refused the notion that armed security reduces gun violence. the research? she went to latin america and saw unsafe places had guards in restaurants and stuff. she concludes guards with guns mean more murder. this is a science reporter. as recent magazine notes like explaining the birds and bees to a teen, armed guards might be a response to high homicide rates rather than a cause of them. anyway, we have been here before. relativism which views good and bad behavior is relative, poisons all debate. using rosenthal's office we should disarm the military. clearly their guns lead to more war, i think. this is sometimes reporting. in the times, it makes me wish i were a liberal. then all i say is "x" is bad because "x" is bad. fracking, bad. got no evidence but it has to
be bad. spending cuts, that kills grannies, you granny-killer. industry, they use smokestacks, i must do something to stop that. bain capital, even if i don't know what it is. tea party, racist, i have no evidence but c'mon, just look at them. benghazi, more deaths. but you made fun of hillary. the gist, state opinion is fact. react to dissent in emotional terms. call it mean or inhumane and you are guaranteed a job. you'll be protected by the armed security. that means more gun equals dumber writing. >> bob: that one i understood. i didn't agree with a single thing you said. >> bob: i know you didn't. >> bob: you are going to the plate where the highest murder rates in the world are. ela va dore and venezuela and colombia. say there are a lot of armed people down there. yes, there are. a lot of people kill a lot of people. take a latin american country to say is indicktive of what
should happen when most countries that don't allow guns don't have murder rates like that. >> greg: they have violent, high violence. if you look at home invasions in england, dramatically higher than u.s. >> andrea: northern ireland, as we're speaking they have riots breaking out now. >> bob: they have been relatively peaceful. >> andrea: absence of guns does not make for a peaceful society and strictbe gun laws does not make for gun-free society. and she called this, meaning armed guards at banks and restaurants, the nra's vision of the promised land. the nra never said anything like that. they have a very -- >> bob: yes, they did. >> andrea: no, they did not. they have a high approval rating. in our country we have armed guards. we have them at banks and certain areas of new york city. police on the street that are armed with guns. we are not some lawless third world country. it doesn't make sense. >> greg: what is wrong with a police state? i'd rather have a police state than criminal state. >> dana: no, you wouldn't.
>> greg: yes, i would. >> dana: no. >> bob: you would be the first one picked up. >> dana: okay. i'll buy that. if i could comment on the media part of it and the reporting. i love the factbe part of it. >> gregpress secretary for repun administration when you deal with reporters that come up with in this kind of a storyline the only thing you can do is arm yourself with facts and repeat them over and over and over again. that's why the nra approval rating is higher than the liberals would like to see it at this point. now have they get to go to the white house thursday. >> eric: along with hollywood people. we hear. freddie exactly. they will meet with the representatives of the entertainment industry. >> eric: which is hypocritical in itself. entertainment industry is the violent of all around. except for the video games. let's do this. every time we have a gun discussion i'm bombarded on twitter. tell bob about this. bob, 11,000 homicides with a
gun in 2009. 2009. 11,000 in america. 34,000 vehicular homicides. smoking accounted for 440 -- >> bob: here we go. >> eric: 443,000 deaths in america. medical americas -- >> bob: that would make it tough for a guy who drives and smokes and -- >> eric: i don't hear you calling for banning cars or doctors or cameras that cause -- >> bob: cameras? >> eric: hammers. >> bob: we should try that. >> eric: fists also work. >> bob: be careful. >> greg: one thing that bugs me about this. this would have been a fine opinion article but this is portrayed the left wing activism terror trayed as impartial science. >> andrea: they do this a
lot. even al gore acknowledged a story in the editorial type but news section data was bad. you'd think after having jason blair there that embarrassed them, you'd think they would regroup and focus on the facts. they don't. nra meeting. it's interesting, i would love thoughts on this. why they said a couple days ago they would end run the nra and not, and go around them. now they want to invite them. it knew they would have gotp blow-back. how many stars do you think would agree to sign a petition not to do a movie with a violent scene? start that here and see. >> eric: the nra -- >> bob: the nra scares people and thug tactics. >> eric: unlike the naacp or -- >> bob: they do not push for weapons of mass destruction. >> eric: you make the case nra uses thug tactics.
>> bob: if you were nra you could have whatever gun you want to have. >> eric: or to make sure no one is hurt in a tent. >> dana: i said i'd remind open minded with the biden recommendations but where are the mental health experts and where is their meeting. why don't we deal with the root cause of it? >> bob: you will see it in the report. >> dana: hope so. >> greg: coming up, could a confession come soon from lance armstrong, whoever that is. i think he is a dancer. buzz, oh, the great cycling thinking of coming clean in doping allegation. is this an idea or bad idea or just an idea? we'll discuss it in minutes. ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ >> bob:♪ taking care of business ♪ >> andrea: dana just figured out what the song "taking care of business" means. the game last night was a huge blow-out, bob didn't so bob needs to pay up. men against the boys. crimson tide crushed the fighting irish 42-14. alabama's quarterback a.j. mccarron led his team to victory. his girlfriend kathryn web who also happens to be miss alabama caught the eye of broadcaster brent musberger. >> you see that lovely lady there? she does go to auburnism i'll
admit that. that is miss alabama. that is a.j. mccarron's girlfriend. right there on the right is d.d. bonner, than is a.j.'s mom. you quarterbacks get tall good looking women. what a beautiful woman. wow! a.j. is doing some things right. if you are a youngster in alabama, start getting a football out and throw it around the backyard. >> andrea: someone bring a cold shower in to that commentator box. what do you make of this? is it wrong for someone to say greg, she is a beautiful woman? is that disrespectful? >> greg: number one, i did not see this. i was watching "the bachelor." not a fan of sean. he doesn't have the character or charisma. i don't know what i'm saying. beautiful women, it's like to men it's like throwing a toaster in a bathtub. it causous to malfunction and say silly things that happens to everybody. >> dana: is that why the show is a nightmare for you?
>> greg: somebody was presumptuous. it would be different if he didn't say something. >> bob: but the way he said it. it's like dirty old men. supposed to be commentating on football game. >> andrea: you would have done the same thing. >> bob: in my head i would have -- >> greg: you're a hypocrite. >> eric: here is what happened. they took a shot of kathryn web and the producers got in his ear said stretch it out so they can stay on the shot longer and that's where he went to. place in the back of his mind so everyone watching a 42-4 blow-out thank you very much, mr. beckel, stayed on the channel. it was espn's highest rated viewer -- >> dana: i like the kid. >> eric: did camera two take this? this is what you agreed to wear -- >> bob: i did not. >> dana: make him wear it. make him wear it.
>> bob: i agreed to giving you $100 right here. >> eric: i don't want $100. i want you to wear it. >> bob: just because you make a fool out of yourself doing that stuff -- remember the other hat? >> eric: dana heard it. >> bob: i want a videotape of that. time to move on. give you $100. >> andrea: espn has since apologized for the comments. spokesmen do it. it's a mistake, too. i don't see what the big deal is. there is probably a lot of young boys in alabama throwing around that football. abc news picture -- >> dana: in the picture, "b" roll of her, the little kid is looking at her. i think that is the best part of it. oh, she is so pretty. he is hoping so much it says kiss cam. >> andrea: her boyfriend is cute, too. the quarterback is cute. >> bob: your boyfriend is a quarterbackbe? >> andrea: he was. >> eric: did you hear what happened with her? she had 2,000 twitter followers prior to the
football game. last i checked before we came down here 162,000. >> greg: i want to mend "the five" on covering the story and showing her over and over again and presenting it as a serious news topic. >> andrea: another serious news topic, lang armstrong stripped of his seven tour de france titles is considering coming out and admit he dopeed up. what do you think? you have been vocal on the topic. do you think he should do it? i think he should. >> bob: bicyclist. >> greg: right. the thing that bugged me about him. i got grief because i said he was crooked from the start. i just don't care about cycling. i don't care if they break the rules. i didn't know ill exexisted. >> andrea: you liar! >> greg: i don't like that he use charity to unmask the
behavior. it did it with the unicorn relief efforts. >> dana: that was strong. >> eric: i'm not sure he did that. he left cycling. and started livestrong. >> greg: which is great. >> eric: so maybe celebrity for raising mup for cancer. >> dana: there are stories of him bullying other people to prevent them for writing about it or talking about it and he ruined other lives. somebody wrote instead of admitting he did it, what he should do is apologize to each and every person in person have a press conference and read through the list of all he did. >> andrea: think about the competitors, people who trai trained. you mention he sued for libel when people said he was on
drugs and he won millio. if he admitted it would he be open to millions of dollars? >> bob: how they get in the ridiculously tight things -- i can't stand cyclists. want to drive them off the road. >> eric: he has been an inspiration for people suffering with cancer who look for help and support. cut him slack. >> bob: fine fair enough but he wore ridiculous outfids. >> andrea: when we come back, are the union and lawyers preventing people getting work the place they want to work? unpaid internships taking on scrutiny these days. we tell you what is that is about, coming up on fiv "the five." ♪ ♪ eastern from washington
now. back to new york and my colleagues with "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: welcome backbe to "the five." we have been having great time in the commercial breaks and we'll tell you later on twitter what was said. this is what we're going to talk about now. internships, important ways to get -- no, not that. not that kind of problem with interns. internship is very important. probably all of us had internships along the way. some are paid and some are unpaid. charlie rose had to settle the lawsuit to pay college interns minimum wage, like $250,000 lawsuit. did you intern? >> andrea: i did. >> dana: in addition to working at the diner in >> andrea: yes. >> dana: that is the difference. you two, i am trying to hold it together here.
interns, should i go this way over here? did you intern? >> eric: not necessarily intern but i worked, my first job on wall street you had to work for really, really no money. >> bob: i bet. >> eric: you did, bob. you weed people out and finds out who wants to be there and doesn't want to be there and great way to teach people, you know, the skills they need to handle a job later and it's also great for business. >> dana: well, it is a great way to find out what you don't want to do in the future and you can learn things. did you have unpaid internships? >> greg: i interned for bill hememr. >> dana: that explains. >> greg: i can't say what happened except i can't go to the basement again. for information i tried to contact liberal business owners of association, but it didn't exist. the left, i want to make a point. serious point. the left paints a myth that people toil for years on this
low-wage job, but they don't. they are only on the low rung of the ladder for a short time. that's why it's low-paying and a low rung. keep it low -- >> bob: how do you know that? >> greg: i studied it. low paying job has to be on the low rung to get people up on that. if you make the low rung high paying the unskilled worker can't get up there and move up. that is why the biggest myth of all time is sweat shots are bad. sweat shops for emerging economies and workers with no skills and over time the country moves away from it. >> bob: first minimum wage job i had was security guard at funeral parlor. >> dana: there wasn't a lot of business there, wasn't there? not a lot of poom walking through the door. >> bob: one of the biggest funeral parlors in new york city. it had to walk around and see the caskets every night. >> andrea: make sure what? >> bob: people don't steal rings. people used to take tough in it, the rings and that stuff. >> dana: that is another part of this story.
internship part which is valuable. you can learn skills and then you can see if you want to work there. it gives an employer a chance to see if they want to hire you. an employer, when you're that age and not making production difference in the country, the employers put out and the minimum wage increase going around the country, we put up a new one. some people want to increase that more. that actually has led according to the studies to more teen and young people unemployment delaying their ininvestment in themselves for later on. >> eric: nothing good come from the minimum wage law in the country. i know you will lose your mind over there. let the market bear the -- >> bob: pay them $2. >> eric: then people won't work at that company. work at mcdonald's or somewhere elsewhere the wages are higher. they won't get skilled workers. >> bob: before you had
decent labor laws they were running over people. >> andrea: now that i've stopped laughing. i want to answer her question. i did intern. i wasn't working at the restaurant. it had to get a different job. i was vacuuming up popcorn -- [ laughing ] if they stop minimum wage i wouldn't get an internship. >> dana: small business owner before i moved to new york. i wanted to get an intern. some is menial tasks to get done but that is how people learn. if you are under lawsuit like charlie rose was, i would haven't hired them. greg? >> greg: you know, i have two interns right now. i actually don't pay at all. i just give them afternoon back rubs. i know they're working because they are trembling.
>> dana: fringe benefits. >> bob: friends with benefi benefits. >> dana: my minimum wage job in college, 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. country music d.j. and this was a hit song from there. coming up, eight days since the new year. how are the resolutions going? if you are trying to exercise more or eat healthier, bob thinks it's a waste of time. he also thinks that there's as [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction
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♪ ♪ >> bob: some of you probably made new year's resolutions about eating better. it's a big mistake. if you're going to eat organic food. tell you why. free range chicken. they let them out to range around if flu season. think about that. they could get sick and you eat them. me, i am all for this chick than you buy -- what is wrong with that? this is not free range. kept in one place where they can't get sick. the other thing is, free range -- i mean organic
carrots. have you seen a carrot with hair on it like that? they're all crooked. look. who would eat that thing? you can't take it to the tip. if you want ranch, you want straight carrots to put it in ranch. look at it. it's got -- need a sticker or something. other thing they say is good. they're good. i don't know what the hell this is until they got me some today. you know what this is? beans. what kind is this? lentil. >> bob: look at this. it looks like a bunch of bird stuff. then this is fava beans. you know what fava beans are famous more? "silence of the lambs." when lecter said i had to take her in for dipper with chianti and fava beans. don't buy organic milk. >> dana: it lasts longer.
>> bob: no it doesn't. it will go sour on you. >> dana: the sell by date is longer. >> bob: the organic stuff costs a fortune. i would haven't this and i would haven't a harry thing like this. >> andrea: all carrots are harry. >> bob: they are not. >> andrea: nonorganic carrot like, this freshly picked is harry. >> bob: you look like you can handle those things. >> eric: oh, my gosh. >> bob: what? >> andrea: h.r. >> eric: i was trying to figure out what we were thinking of putting carrots in bob hands. we eat organic. we do all the or -- >> dana: do you really? >> not because it's -- >> greg: you do? >> eric: not because it's more nutritious. because of the pesticides. >> greg: pesticides are great. >> eric: not particularly. >> greg: oh, my god. they saved billions of lives. the most elitist per speculative. you are not conservative. you are not a conservative.
pesticide. dabs redneck that eats pesticide free organic food. >> greg: that is technicality --b. you know they spread that stuff around and a lot of kids don't die in third world country. he eats it. look at him. why enforce this on your family. >> greg: if you put organic in front of anything, most rich upper westsider would eat it. if you sold organic shabala. >> dana: there is organic nail polish now. >> bob: don't buy organic anything. too costly, you don't get anything out of it, it's not nutritious and chicken have the flu. >> andrea: are you going to apologize? >> bob: yes. you were waving it in my head. my hand. whatever. >> dana: you remember the chicken ranch? the farside cartoon, larson did something about the boneless chicken ranch and they were all like this over the fence. >> andrea: that is how you are going to be after the
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current tv founder, al gore, called it all hands on deck meeting with the new bosses at al-jazeera. the current tv staff eviscerateed al say leg has no credit, saying big al is b.s.er who sold out to big oil. and then he was slammed to sell current tv to arab oil while claiming to be green. he netted himself $100 million for selling current. >> bob: you always say the free market. today is, would have been the 78 birthday of the king. elvis presley. person probably more responsible for music than any other perp except beethoven. he began the rock 'n' roll and we know it today, at least i do, through the '60s. i think he was remarkable intertaper. everybody, you know, interesting, greg, i saw this
in what's his name -- stones? >> mick jagger. >> bob: other one. keith richards. the book. he said that elvis presley was the single biggest influence on the stones. >> greg: no justin bieber. >> bob: or lady gaga. >> andrea: speaking of lady gaga a woman wearing high heels there is a reason why as women, dana and kimberly and i suffer in the high heels. a new study out, i should open my own institute to conduct study that shows high heels make women more attractive to men. it changes the way our body moves and emphasizes sex specific aspects of the female form. no kidding. it says it's part of the selection, we wear them as paral of the mate selection. >> eric: we have to move it along. >> bob: no time to comment, darn. >> dana: i'm going to talk about fishing. this is an amazing story.